February 24, 2011
On road for basketball
I guess you could say I was basketball crazy last week.
It started Monday evening, Feb. 14, and I was attending a game or games every night through Saturday.
Close to Nowhere
Featherweights are wonderful
• I’m really jealous of my brother Dennis! Now, I want cataract surgery also!
Dennis and I have worn glasses since elementary school. And except for the fact that in one of his lenses, he had a prism to correct a “lazy” eye, we’ve had pretty much the same prescription -- Coke bottle bottoms!
The Wicker Report
Nearly 10 years after September 11, 2001, we must remain mindful of the active threats to our nation. Safeguarding America’s transportation requires both vigilance and flexibility. Recently, the Obama administration announced a decision to allow Transportation Security Administration (TSA) unions to enter into collective bargaining agreements. Not only would this change restrict their ability to meet ever-changing dangers, the litigation it creates would lead to significant cost increases for taxpayers.
Black History Month
By WILLIAM B. MITCHELL
It’s an honor and privilege to have this opportunity to express positive thoughts about a positive person.
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